Dianne Lake

Name: Dianne Elizabeth Lake
Date of birth: 2/28/1953
Place of birth: Hennepin, Minnesota
AKA: Snake, Dianne Bluestein
Archive: Dianne Lake
Whereabouts: Redacted
Lives under marital name

Dianne Elizabeth Lake was born in 1953. While Dianne was still very young, her parents embraced the hippie lifestyle and brought their young daughter with them to Wavy Gravy’s Hog Farm Commune in southern California. It was while living there that Dianne met Charles Manson at a party in Topanga Canyon. Charlie immediately took a liking to the auburn-haired beauty and it was not long before she became a permanent fixture on the black magic bus. she joined the Family with her parents permission.

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  1. I guess it’s true
    like when you see a picture of Dianne and say
    some girls just have that angelic face
    just like Sandy Royal Blue
    It turned out Snake was a nickname for Dianne at Camp Spahn
    before that she and her parents lived at Hogs Farm
    Hogs wasn’t far away from yeah
    smoggy LA
    that was near goofy Tujunga by the San Gabriel Mountains
    in California
    Sadie was born in San Gabriel by the way
    the people at the Hog commune went over the line
    cause the open sex is not something you wanna see as you look around
    now then Dianne was living at whoa okay to Santa Susana way at Resort Spahn
    wouldn’t you know Dianne ended up doin’ just fine
    it’s really a wonder when you think of those head trips going through a kid’s mind
    I’ll tell you I’ve seen some back to nature people some called ’em hippies
    but they wanted to live simply and on their own
    they wouldn’t have liked what went on at some places like Hogs Farm
    cause it’s not all about just getting it on and getting high
    I spent a week at one and they were down to earth and their heads were okay
    that’s true of the ones I saw too they were real and didn’t live in a sleazy way
    the ones I saw anyway
    what a scene here and there back in the day
    I’m talking about the late 60’s sometimes it’s kinda hard to explain
    and The Beatles songs were about peace love and understanding
    you all know what I mean

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